Austin Regional Clinic expands OB-GYN services in South Austin

Austin Regional Clinic's South Austin location has expanded into a second suite to allow for more doctors be hired, said Heidi Shalev, vice president of marketing for ARC. (Courtesy Austin Regional Clinic)
Austin Regional Clinic's South Austin location has expanded into a second suite to allow for more doctors be hired, said Heidi Shalev, vice president of marketing for ARC. (Courtesy Austin Regional Clinic)

Austin Regional Clinic's South Austin location has expanded into a second suite to allow for more doctors be hired, said Heidi Shalev, vice president of marketing for ARC. (Courtesy Austin Regional Clinic)

Austin Regional Clinic's South OB expanded into an additional suite that houses the clinic’s gynecology providers on Oct. 11 to meet high demand.

Dr. Alinda R. Cox, Dr. Paul Mumfrey and Physician Assistant Cheryl A. Johnston are now located in Suite 105 on the first floor of 4315 James Casey St., Austin, ARC Community Relations Specialist Lynda Shanblum said.


All other South OB physicians and staff remain in Suite 200. The new suite has 2,616 square feet, with eight exam rooms and one procedure room, in addition to its own lab, Shanblum said. Ultrasounds will continue to be conducted in Suite 200. For appointments, patients can call 512-383-9752.

Demand for the South clinic has been high, said Heidi Shalev, vice president of marketing for ARC. Moving Cox and Mumfrey as well as Johnston to the new suite allows ARC to hire additional doctors for Suite 200 so they can serve more patients.
By Maggie Quinlan

Reporter, Southwest Austin/Dripping Springs

Maggie joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in July 2021 after a year spent covering crime, courts and politics at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington, near the border with Idaho. In Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs, Maggie covers education, business, healthcare, transportation, real estate development and nonprofits. Prior to CI, she graduated from Washington State University, where she was managing editor of the student newspaper and a section editor at her hometown newspaper based in Moscow, Idaho. Maggie dreamed of living in the Austin area for years and feels honored to serve the communities of Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs.